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    slimy killer is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default MKV extractgui problem

    hey everybody , i have a problem with mkv extractgui programm ..
    some guys told me that this prog can change MKV video files to AVI ..
    so i'v tried it & it worked but every file alone , the sound in a file , the video worked alone without a voice , the subtitle alone ..etc !!! (every thing in a different file)
    so my question is .. how can we put all these files together to make an AVI complete video ????????

    (thanks for the big efforts )

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    MadDogMike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Use something like VirtualDub to re-encode the video with sound and subtitles included.

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    slimy killer is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    I have the programm (VirtualDub) but i dont know how to use it ????
    if any body know ... i will appreciate the help .

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    MKVextract does just what it says... it extracts the video file, audio file, sub file, and any extra files put in OUT of a MKV. You then have to re-pack them into an AVI.

    However, AVI sucks. It can't handle the new, higher quality formats. Chances are, you have an MKV with H264 video, AAC sound or Vorbis, and soft subs. An AVI handles none of these, so the video has to be re-encoded to XVID, the audio has to be re-encoded to MP3, and the subs have to be Hard-Encoded into the video.

    Easiest thing would be to use MKVextract to get the sub file out. Then load the video into VirtualDubMod and follow this thread...
    http://forum.videohelp.com/topic272736.html
    In addition, you should go to the streams list, right click the audio, change to 'Full Processing Mode' and select MP3. Then once everything is ready, go to 'Save As', select AVI for the container, and Xvid for the format. Then save and let it encode.
    Vol~

    thanks to Silverwmoon!

 

 

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